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15 Crazy #BYOCupDay Slurpees you need to see to believe

Justina Huddleston is an editor and the head writer for TDmonthly Magazine. She has been a freelance writer for several years, though her real passion is cooking. You can see the recipes she creates on her vegan food blog, A Life of Litt...

This Saturday, get your Slurpee on in whatever container you like

This Saturday, April 11, is #BYOCupDay at 7-Eleven.

Basically, between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., you can bring any container you want and fill it up with Slurpee for just $1.49. The only caveat? The container must fit in a 10-inch circle.

So what should you fill? To get some inspiration, check out the crazy containers people around the world have used on #BYOCupDay in their countries.

1. The biggest Slurpee ever

And you thought size didn't matter.

2. A 5-gallon water container

The folks at the office will be either ecstatic or repulsed when you turn the watercooler into a Slurpee machine.

3. A soccer ball

Nothing rehydrates you after a big game like a soccer ball full of frozen sugar water.

4. A pitcher half your size

Sometimes it's not the vessel itself — it's how big it is in proportion to the person drinking out of it. Let's just say I'm glad I don't have to parent these kids once they've chugged all of that down.

5. A teapot

Because everything is classier if you serve it at teatime.

6. A big pink thermos

Whatever floats your boat, old dude.

7. A utility bucket

I just pray he washed that out first.

8. A rice cooker

At least he didn't actually put it in the horse mask. That is a mask... right?

9. A blender

This actually makes sense. As it melts, you can reblend your Slurpee so everything stays nice and frosty.

10. That random container you use to store office supplies

We've all got one — a random plastic container that is holding a ton of junk. #BYOCupDay is your chance to fill it with something useful.

11. A mini water jug

Not as cool as 5-gallon-water-jug guy, but definitely a lot more practical.

12. A cookie jar

Honestly, it looks like this kid made 3-D art with his artful dispensing of multiple Slurpee flavors into a floral cookie jar. Kudos to him!

13. A majestic water vessel

If you're going to chug 200 ounces of frozen sugar in one go, you may as well do it from a piece of fine pottery.

14. A LEGO 7-Eleven

How very meta.

15. An Android box

Please, God, tell me they took the phone out first.

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